We have one of the nicest studios in Summit County. That's not just our opinion; several property managers at Keystone and many of our clients have told us this! In fact, Keystone still advertises our unit for their studios...check out #7044091...that's ours! Wireless High Speed Internet - bring your laptop, check your email! You won't believe the upgrades in our 'top-of-the-line' unit. Brand new appliances in the full sized kitchen, granite counter tops, a double vanity, gas fireplace, washer and dryer, dishwasher; everything is first class and brand new. This is not one of those postage stamp 'motel-room' condominiums; if you want first class accommodations, with a little bit of leg room, then this is it! The condo is larger than 600 Square Feet giving a couple, or a family of four, lots of room. Located minutes away from the Peru Express and Argentine lifts. Equally close is the “bunny hill” and ski schools for the beginning skier. Located west of Keystone Village.
Winter is paradise in Summit County; on-site or nearby is sledding, ice skating, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, fantastic restaurants, sports bars and (of course) some of the best downhill skiing and snowboarding on the planet.
If you're interested in escaping the heat of the summer, there is no better place than Keystone! With a championship caliber golf course, hiking, biking, concerts, wildlife viewing, boating, sailing, swimming, horseback riding, fishing, rafting, and movie theatres nearby, the perfect summer vacation awaits.
The lifts run in the summer so bring your mountain bike for a quick ride up the mountain, followed by a leisurely ride (or scream down).
Fall is an absolutely magical time of year with warm, sunny days and cool (the anticipation of snow in the air) nights. Thousands of people come to the mountains to enjoy the Aspen as they turn to a golden yellow. Stay with us and bring your bike. The fall is a perfect time for a bike ride or hike with an evening of sitting in front of the fireplace.
Spring is spectacular as well, as the snow gives way to the awakening plants and wildlife.